Tag: Power BI Query Editor

Custom Columns In Power BI Vs. Conditional Columns

Custom and Conditional Columns

In this blog post, we’ll talk about the difference between Conditional and Custom Columns in Power BI. We’ll also show examples of when and how we can use them, including some of their alternatives.  Custom columns require a different formula language that we need to learn first. On the other hand, conditional columns are easy

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Power BI Parameters Via Query Editor

Creating And Using Parameter

In this tutorial, we’ll discuss how we can create and use Power BI Parameters which is a powerful feature of the Query Editor.  There are instances when we want to put additional filters on our data within the query editor. We can do that by utilizing the Manage Parameters option within the Home ribbon. For this

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Adding Data In Power BI | A Power Query Tutorial

As we know, data has a lot of different forms before we can retrieve and bring it in Power BI. Power Query offers several advantages when it comes to importing and consolidating Power BI data. In this blog, we’ll discuss the different ways on how we can bring data in Power BI. Think of Power

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Power Query/M Masterclass #1 – New Course on Enterprise DNA

We’re ending June with a bang by introducing a new course on the Enterprise DNA Education Platform — the 1st of many installments of the Power Query/M Masterclass. Those who will sign up for this course is in for a real treat because Enterprise DNA Expert Melissa de Korte will be hosting this class. Those

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Power BI Map Visual: How To Create & Add A Custom Legend In Power BI

Power BI Map Visual: Creating A Custom Legend, creating a custom legend in power bi post image

This blog post is about building a custom legend to replace the default legend in a standard Power BI map visual. The ArcGIS map visual is great. It takes some tweaking to get the most out of it, but it’s certainly worth your while. Just like other mapping visuals, the legend doesn’t look too good

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